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Jan. 13, 1942.
E. G. POWELL
2,269,551
WALL RADIATOR ENCLOSURE
Filed Aug. 7, 1940 ,
2 Sheets-Sheet 1
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E. G. POWELL
2,269,551
WALL RADIATOR ENCLOSURE
Filed Aug. '7, 1940
2 Sheets-Shes?l 2
Patented Jan. 13, 1942
2,269,551
uNlTED STATES PATENT OFFICEl
2,269,551
WALL RADIATOR ENoLosURE
Ellis G. Powell, Michigan City, rnd., assignor to
C. A. Dunham Company, Marshalltown, Iowa,
a corporation of Iowa
Application August '1, 1940, Serial No. 351.686
9 Claims. . (01.237-79)
This invention is directed to new and useful
improvements in wall radiator enclosure of the
type that is usually installed in a building during
its construction.
This type of enclosure comprises generally a
casing surrounding the radiating means open at
its bottom and top to permit circulation of air
therethrough by convection and a damper means
Fig. 2 is a vertical cross sectional view taken
along line 2-2 of Fig. 1.
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Fig. 3 is a sectional view taken along line 3-3
of Fig. 2.
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Fig. 4 is an enlarged detail view of the securing
meansshown in the uppermost part of Fig. 2.
Fig. 5 is a sectional view similar to that of
Fig. 2 of a slightly dilîerent form of enclosure
positioned above the radiating means to control
embodying this invention.
the volume of heated air passing through the 10
casing.
Fig. 6 is a cross-sectional view taken on line
E-Sof Fig. 5.
In modern `building construction steel window
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In detail the enclosure comprises a. back plate
I, a front assembly 2 and a damper assembly 3.
The upper edge of back plate I is bent to hori
‘zontal position to form a flange 6 extending from
the plate I in a direction away from the wall 5
frame and sash is commonly used to increase the
ñreprooñng of the building and inasmuch as the
radiating means is generally positioned adjacent
a window the enclosure must be constructed to
lit and be secured to such steel construction.
adjacent which the enclosure is to be positioned.
This ñange d is provided with downwardly pro
jecting pins 6 which are adapted to ñt into holes
It is the primary object of this invention to
provide such a metal radiator enclosure that is
simply designed so as to be readily vassembled 20 ‘l that are drilled in the underlip 3 of the window
with and secured to the modern type of metal
sill Q.
window sash construction.
The lower edge of~ plate I is provided with a
A further object is to provide such an enclo
lip I0 extending horizontally toward the wall 5
sure that is easily opened for cleaning purposes
to add to the stiffness of the back plate I. The
without injury to the interior finish of the space
lower portion of plate I is further strengthened
in which it is located.
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horizontally by means of angle member II weld
ed to the back plate from side to side. The back
Still another object is to provide a novel lock
ing means for assembling and holding the en
closure in assembled position.
plate I is reinforced vertically by channel mem
bers I2 positioned on the wall side of the plate,
A. back sheet support plate I3 is the means
of anchoring the lower part of the plate I. Plate
I3 is provided with vertical slots It for receiving
lock bolts I5 which extend through; the lower side
Another object of this invention is to provide
such an enclosure that is not secured to or posi
tioned against the radiating means so that the
movement of the heat transferring means due
to variation in temperature cannot affect the en
of plate I are welded thereto and are secured to
closing structure.
plate I3 by means of nuts I6. The slots provide
adjustment to compensate for the variations re
sulting from the usual tolerances in measure
Still a further object is to provide an enclosure
of the type described having novel reinforcing
means, and shaped to facilitate the application
of plaster to the adjacent walls, the installation
of base boards and the positioning of insulation
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ment.
Support plate I3 extends downwardly
terminating in a lip I'I provided with holes for
wood screws I8 which secure the plate to the
between the back of the enclosure and the wall
wood screed `I9.
of the space in which positioned.
As best shown in Fig. 3 the vertical edges of
Still another object is to provide a novel en
plate I are formed at right angles to the back
closure construction in which the back of the
and extend away from wall 5 to form lips 20.
structure has supporting means for the front 45 These lips are each provided with an inwardly
portion of the enclosure whereby the front may
extending pin 2l for purposes hereinafter de
be easily and accurately pivoted into closed or
scribed. Adjacent the bottom of each of the lips
assembled position.
Further objects and advantages will be ap
parent from a study of the following detailed de- '
scription.
In the'drawings:
20 are outwardly extending pins 22.
In order to provide horizontal reinforcing for
the top portion of plate I an angle member 23
extends across the plate and is secured thereto
by means of bolts 24 welded to plate I and ex
Fig. l is a front view partly in section and
tending through slots 25 in angle 23 and nuts
partly in elevation of an enclosure constructed
26. The slots provide for vertical adjustment of
55 angle member 23 which is clamped in position
in accordance with this invention.
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to form a recess or groove 21 between the lower
surface of underlip B and the upper surface of
angle member 23.
It is clear that the above back construction
permits it to be installed as the trim is prepared
for plastering, Later the radiating means may
be positioned relative thereto and the front of
the enclosure assembled on the back as will be
hereinafter described. This construction pro
vides a plaster stop so the plaster may be easily
brought flush against the sides with the excess
iiowing around the edges to present a neat ñn
ished appearance.
lf it is desired to position insulation between
the back plate and the wall this may be readily
ber is provided with openings 53 adapted to re
reive the rounded end portion of finger 54 for
holding the valve in various positions.
This enclosure is adapted to enclose any type
of heat radiating means which, as illustrated.
comprises a hot fluid conducting pipe 55 having
heat radiating hns 55. The radiating means has
inlet and outlet connections 51 and 58 respec
tively (the illustration is for use with a down
feed steam line) which extend into the enclo
sure through arch shaped openings 3B without
in any way being secured to or resting upon any
part of the enclosure assembly.
The above described form of radiator enclo
sure is assembled as is now described.
As soon as the steel window sash is installed in
the building this can be done. The appropri
ate holes 1 must be drilled in the underlip 8 and
then the back plate I may be hung thereon with
20 pins 6 positioned in holes 1. The back sheet
provide a certain insulating eiîectf'
support plate I3 is then adjusted on bolts I5 and
Furthermore a back plate so constructed may
secured at proper position to bring lip I1 flush
be installed as the building is being constructed
with upper surface of wood screed I9 to which it
and will in no way interfere with the subsequent
is then secured by means of screws I8. Angle
installation of the mop or base board here shown
as 28.
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25 23 is secured to plate I by means of bolts 24 after
being properly adjusted so as to provide a recess
The front assembly 2 comprises a front plate
or seat 21 of correct size for receiving lip 35. At
29 the vertical edges of which are formed at
this point the plastering may be done and there
right angles relative thereto forming lips 3U
after the radiating means may be installed in
which abut the edges of side pieces 3| which are
welded thereto, which joint is reinforced by bat 30 proper relation to the back plate.
To complete the enclosure the front assem
ten strip 32. This combination provides verti
bly 2 is then positioned relative to the back with
cal bracing. Horizontal bracing is provided by
side pieces 3| outside of lips 20 and slots 31 en
channel member 33 positioned centrally across
gaging pins 22. The front assembly is then piv
iront plate 29. The lower edge of frontplate 29
is strengthened horizontally by being folded back 35 oted on pins 22 toward the wall 5 until lip 35 is
positioned in recess 21 and against back I, as
on itself as shown at 34.
clearly shown in Fig. 4. Thus the pins 22 pro
The upper portion oi plate 29 is bent back
vide support and guide means.
u'ardly at about a 30° angle in which portion is
At this point the locking means is brought in
formed a slanting punched grille 35. The upper
to operation. An hexagonal tool is positioned
edge is bent to form a rearwardly extending hor
in hexagonal recess 43 and turned. 'I‘he turning
izontal lip 36.
done by positioning the insulating material be
tween the channel members I2. However, with
out insulating material positioned there the air
space between the wall and the back plate will
The bottom edges of side pieces 3| have slots
of the eccentric or cam will cause the outer end
of the hook member 39 to first be lifted, then be
moved toward the wall, then lowered to engage
tially centered in the lower edges of said pieces
3| are arch-shaped openings 38.
45 pin 2I and then tend to move away from the wall
to draw the front assembly firmly against the
, A novel, eccentric positioning and locking
back plate. A spring washer 59, or any other
mechanism is secured to each of the side pieces
suitable means may be used for causing sufficient
3| adjacent the grille 35 and comprises a hook
31 near the rear edges of the pieces and substan
member 39 collared about a cam or disk 40 ec
friction to hold the hook in any desired position.
centrically positioned relative to concentric cy 50 Pin 45 is so positioned to prevent hook member
39 from falling below operating position for pin
lindrical projections or pins 4I and 42 and form
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ing a part thereof. The larger projection 4I is
The valve 4E of the damper assembly is oper
provided with an hexagonal recess 43 and is
ated by means of handle 5I. In order to posi
journaled in an opening in side piece 3|. The
other projection is journaled in an opening in 55 tion it any desired position the handle is rotated
a stirrup piece 44 shown partially broken away
which is secured to the side piece 3|. A pin 45
projects inwardly from the inner surface of each
side piece 3| adjacent the hook member 39 to
provide a stop for member 39.
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The damper assembly 3 comprises a rectangu
as desired to cause the round ended finger 54 to
be disengaged from any of the holes 53 by mov
ing against spring 5B. Handle 5| is released at
the desired position and the spring 50 will hold
it there. 'I‘he channel member 33 provides a
stop for the valve in closed position and a
damper stop for open position is provided by an
gie member 60.
To open the enclosure for cleaning it is only
lar valve member 46 of substantially the same
length and width as the inside of the enclosure,
pivotally positioned across the center of the en
closure by means of shafts 41 and 48 which are 65 necessary to reverse the operation of the lock
ing mechanism which action will move hook
flattened at their inner ends and secured to the
members out of engagement with pins 2l and
valve member 46 by means of rivets 49. Sur
will permit the front assembly to be pivoted
rounding shaft 41 between the valve member
away from back plate I and then lifted from pins
and side piece 3| is a compression spring 50
which normally forces the valve towards the op 70 22.
Another embodiment of this invention is
posite end of the enclosure. On the outer end
shown in Figs. 5 and 6, in which the general con
of shaft 41 which extends through side piece 3|
struction, the damper assembly, the locking
is secured a handle 5I. Shaft 48 is journaled in
means are much the same as above described.
a stirrup shaped fastening member 52 which is
secured to side piece 3|. This fastening mem 75 Parts which are of the same construction as
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hereinbefore described will bear the same ref
erence characters.
The main difference in the construction shown
in Figs. 5 and 6 are necessitated by the different
form of window sash 9 in which the underlip 8l
terminates in a lip 62 uptumed at about 45°. In
, such a case the back plate 63 must be formed
with an upper edge bent downwardly at sub
stantially the same angle as the upturned lip B2,
to form a downturned lip 84. A reinforcing
angle member 65 provided with vertical slots 66
and of the same contour as the upper edge of
plate 63 is clamped to plate 63 by means of bolts
61 to firmly clamp the back to the window sash.
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the other, and locking means carried by >said
members whereby said members are releasably
held in assembledl relation.
2. A wall radiator enclosure comprising a back
plate provided with a lip at its upper edge an
choring the top of said back portion. means se
curing the lower portion of the back in substan
tially vertical alignment with the upper portion,
a horizontal reinforcing member on the upper
part of the back having a horizontal siu‘face, lips
extending from the sides of the back and at right ~
angles thereto, a horizontally extending pin on
each of said lips adjacent the lower portion there
of, a front assembly comprising a front plate, a
A right angle reinforcing member 68 likewise 15 slanting grille, side pieces and a horizontally
provided with vertical slots 69 to permit adjust
extending top lip, a slot in the lower portion of
ment, is also securedv to back plate 63 by the
each side piece engaging the said pins whereby
same bolts 61 with its horizontal portion ‘i0
spaced below the lower surface of the horizontal
portion of underlip 6l to provide a recess orY 20
groove for horizontal lip 36 of the front assem
the front assembly is pivoted into assembled po
sîtion with the back plate, said horizontal lip lit
ting upon the horizontal surface of the reinforc
bly.
ing member, means positioned on said front as
sembly and means on said back plate adapted to
The lower portion of the back plate 63 is formed
to provide a parallel but inwardly spaced fasten
cooperate to lock said parts in assembled position.
ing edge ll for securing the plate directly to the
wall by means of screws 12.
Horizontal rein
3. In combination with a metal window sas-h
positioned in a room to be heated and provided
with an underlip, a radiator enclosure compris
forcing for the bottom of the back plate is pro
ing a back plate having a top lip engaging with
the underlip of said window sash to support the
Ía stop for the construction of the cement or
back plate, means »anchoring thelower end of
plaster baseboard 73a and vertical reinforcement 30 the back plate to an adjacent portion of the
is provided by channel members 1d.
room, an angle reinforcing member secured to
The damper assembly is fundamentally the
the back plate adjacent the top and spaced from
same as hereinabove discussed the only difference
the underlip of the sash to provide a groove, a
being in the stop means in which a plurality of
front assembly means having a top lip engaging
depressions l5 are used in place of holes 53. It is 35 said groove, pivotal means removably joining said
clear that any stop means may be used such as
back plate and front assembly together, and lock
for example a resiliently held ball carried by the
ing means on said plate and front assembly
movable valve to cooperate with the depressions.
adapted to cooperate to hold the enclosure in
Likewise the eccentric locking mechanism may
assembled position.
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be constructed to be operable by any well known
4. In combination with a window sash having
means such for example by replacing the hex
an underlip provided with holes, a radiator en
vided by a channel member 13 which also acts as
agonal recess with a slot so that it may be oper
ated by a screw driver.
closure comprising a back means and a front
means, a lip along the upper edge of said back
In order to present a neater appearance it may
means, pins in said lip extending downwardly
be desirable to indent a part of the side of the 45 and into the holes in said sash underlip, an angle
enclosure at the operating end of the damper as
member secured to 'said back means and present
sembly so that the operating handle may be ñush
ing a horizontal surface spaced from4 said under
with the side or a knob may be substituted for
lip to form a groove, a horizontal lip on the up
the handle. All of such details are well known
per part of said front means positioned Withinin the art and form no part of this invention.
50 said groove and against said back means, means
The advantage of providing a slanting grille 35
is that no object can be placed thereon to inter
fere with proper heat circulation.
The back construction shown in Fig. 5 is par
pivotally and removably joining said front means
to said back means adjacent the lower parts
thereof and locking means carried by one of said
means holding the horizontal lip in the groove.
ticularly adapted for buildings in which cement 55 5. In combination with a metal window sill, a
or plaster baseboards are to be used for the chan
radiator enclosure comprising a back member
nel member 13„ provides a stop which enables
and a front member removably associated there~
the workman to rapidly and neatly construct
with, said back member comprising a back plate
such a baseboard.
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having a ñange along its upper edge overlying
We claim:
60 a part of the sill, an angle member secured to
the back plate and bearing against the under
1. In combination with a window sill, a radia
surface of part of the sill to clamp the back
tor enclosure comprising a -front member and
thereto, a second angle member secured to the
back member removably associated, said front
back plate adjacent the top and forming a hori
member comprising a front plate provided with a
grille at its upper portion, a lip at its upper edge 65 zontal seat, said front member comprising a
front plate having a top lip positioned on said
for association’ with the sill in assembled posi
tion, and side pieces provided With openings ex
seat and means at the bottom of the enclosure
tending to the lower edges for accommodating
radiating means, said back member comprising a
pivotally and removably joining the members to
gether.
back plate, a top flange for anchoring to the 70
6. In combination with a metal Window sill po
window sill, horizontal reinforcing means adja
sitioned in a building, a radiator enclosure com
cent the top flange forming a seat for the lip of
prising a back member anchored to the sill ad
the front member, pins on one of said members,
jacent the wall and a removable front member,
s-lots on said other member for cooperatingfwith
said back member comprising a back plate pro
the pins whereby one member pivotally supports 75 vided with a flange at its upper edge anchored to
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a portion of the sill, means anchoring the bottom
of the plate in substantially vertical position to
an adjacent part of the building, lips extending
from the sides of the plate to provide plaster
stops, a vertically adjustable angle member ad
jacent the top and providing a horizontal seat,
said front member comprising a front plate pro
vided with a lip at its upper edge resting upon
said seat, a grille portion near the top, side pieces
lying a part of said sill and secured thereto, a
vertically adjustable anchoring means secured to
the back member at its lower edge and anchoring
said back in vertical position to an adjacent part
of the room, an outwardly extending seat means
adjustably secured to the back at its upper end, a
front member comprising a front plate, sides,
a grille portion and a lip means at its upper
edge resting on said seat and guide means re
and means near the bottom of the enclosure piv l0 movably joining said members together adjacent
the bottom to correctly position them for as
otally supporting the front member on the back
sembly.
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member and locking means carried by said front
9. In combination with a metal window sill
member holding said parts in assembled position
positioned in a wall of a room, a radiator en
but permitting the removal of said front member
closure comprising an anchored back member
from the back member.
7. In combination with a metal window sill in
a wall, a radiator enclosure comprising a back
and a removable front member, said back mem
ber comprising a back plate, a flange at the upper
member comprising an outwardly extending
edge of said plate anchored to said sill, lips along
the sides edges of the plates forming plaster stops,
flange at its upper edge said flange overlying a
part of said sill and secured thereto, an inwardly
extending flange at its lower edge secured to the
wall to space the member therefrom, an out
wardly extending seat means adjustably secured
to the back at its upper end, a front member com
prising a front plate, sides, a grille portion near
the top and a lip means at its upper edge rest
ing on said seat means and guide means joining
said front and back members together adjacent
the bottom of the enclosure.
8. In combination with a metal window sill po- ‘
sitioned in a room, a radiator enclosure compris
ing a back member comprising an outwardly ex
tending ñange at its upper edge said ñange over
vertical reinforcing channel members spaced on
the wall side of the back, means securing the
lower end of the plate to an adjacent portion of
the room in substantial vertical alignment with
the top, a horizontal reinforcing angle member
adjacent the top and providing a seat spaced
from the sill portion to which the plate is
anchored, said front member having a lip at its
upper edge, and means on the lower part of the l
lips oi' said back member for receiving and sup
porting the front member with said front mem~
ber lip positioned on said seat.
ELLIS G. POWELL.
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